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Revovir helps in inhibition of viral replication in chronic hepatitis B infection and HBeAg positive. It also helps in normalizing alanine aminotransferase levels in patients experiencing deterioration caused by chronic hepatitis B.While on these medications you will need monitoring through blood tests to check your response for therapy. Ultrasound scan may be done at frequent intervals to check for any abnormalities on the surface of your liver. It is important to avoid the spread of this infection to others. Avoid having unprotected sex with someone, including anal and oral sexed discuss your concerns with you doctor. Write to me again.
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